|Tennessee Ernie Ford with Charles Laughton|
The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show from 1959 with Charles Laughton as Guest
Keywords: Tennessee Ernie Ford; Classic TV; Charles Laughton
Downloads: 4,127 (2 reviews)
The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show 1960 Molly Bee
Keywords: Tennessee Ernie Ford; Classic TV; Molly Bee
Downloads: 3,377 (3 reviews)
|"The Ford Festival" (1951)|
A weekly variety show that initially tied together the performances with a storyline. (that concept was dropped in favor of straight variety after only a few months). This is the fourth broadcast from April 26, 1951 and the "storyline" is the 2000th birthday of Paris. Among James Melton's guests are Joan Bennett and Victor Borge.
Keywords: Classic TV; NBC; 1950's Television; Live Television; Kinescope; Ford; James Melton; 1951
Downloads: 1,252 (2 reviews)
Misc Presidential Campaign Ads from 1972 and 1976
Keywords: Presidential Campaign Ads; Richard M Nixon; Gerald Ford; McGovern; Election Commercials; 1976; 1972; Classic TV
|"Window on Main Street": The Dollar Nineteen Cent Thief|
Another episode of this rare series starring Robert Young. The script was written by Roswell Rogers. Don't bother downloading the h.264 file or the Ogg Video file; the Cinepack file from which they are derived is smaller.
Keywords: Window on Main Street; classic_tv; Robert Young; David Macklin; Constance Moore; Ford Rainey
Downloads: 1,355 (4 reviews)
|''Ford Star Jubilee'' - Together with Music|
An episode of "Ford Star Jubilee" originally telecast 22 October 1955 on CBS, and featuring Mary Martin and Noel Coward. Very basic television, with very few sets and few camera-angles. Features a lot of music, some Ford commercials, and some extremely embarrassing casual racism that will make you cringe. Trivia: The episode of "The Jack Benny Show" broadcast the following day referred to this as a "wonderful show"...
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Musical; Music; Noel Coward; Mary Martin; Ford Star Jubilee; Live television
Downloads: 249 (1 review)
|Ford Mustang 1966 car commercial, 1960s TV ad - StingrayFilms|
Vintage ad for the 1966 Mustang convertible with state of the art "stereo-sonic" tape player for rocking out with your 8-track tapes. This has a "flying ace" fantasy theme with WWI biplane.
Keywords: ford; mustang; car; commercial; tv; ad; promo; 1966; 60s; '60s; 1960s
|Window on Main Street: The Return|
After Father Knows Best ended, Robert Young starred in a little-known series that lasted only one season: Window on Main Street. This is the first episode. Don't bother downloading the h.264 file or the Ogg Video file; the Cinepack file from which they are derived is smaller.
Keywords: Window on Main Street; classic_tv; Robert Young; Ford Rainey; Constance Moore; Rick Bachè; Warner Jones; Charles Thompson
Downloads: 1,161 (4 reviews)
|The Perry Como Show - 28 February 1955|
Perry Como was on vacation, so Julius La Rosa is the guest-host for this episode. The following two episodes have also been uploaded. Songs include: "Tweedlee Dee" (La Rosa), "Melody Of Love" (La Rosa), "Song in Blue" (guest star Les Paul & Mary Ford), and "That Old Feeling" (La Rosa). Also included are the original commercials for Chesterfield cigarretes and L&M cigarettes, along with some unsubtle product placement...
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Julius La Rosa; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; Les Paul; Mary Ford; Cover; Covers; Popular; Smoking; Tobacco; Product Placement; Advertising; Pop Music; Popular Music
|Classic Commercial for Ford Falcon (USA, Circa 1966)|
A classic commercial for the United States version of the Ford Falcon. Aired circa 1966. This automobile, being a "compact", isn't among the best looking of the era. Regardless, the video is watchable and has good picture and sound.
Keywords: Classic TV; TV; Classic; Television; Classic Television; 60s; 60's; 1960s; 1960's; Sixties; Automobile; Car; Cars; Driving; Ford; Commercial; Advertising; Product; Rated G; Classic Car; Classic Cars; Retro; Promotion
Downloads: 3,493 (7 reviews)
|''Ford Star Jubilee'' - You're the Top|
Performances of Cole Porter songs, broadcast 6 October 1956 on CBS. Please note that this copy is incomplete, and for some reason parts of the broadcast are shown twice (this happens at 27:22, for example). Please note that, while originally in colour, only a black-and-white version survives today. Please note that, while this broadcast is public domain, the broadcast contains an excerpt from the film "High Society" which is still under copyright, as such I advise against putting the entire prog...
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Ford Star Jubilee; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; Variety show; Variety series; Louis Armstrong; Dorothy Dandridge; Sally Forrest; Dolores Gray; Peter Lind Hayes; Mary Healy; Shirley Jones; Gordon MacRae; George Sanders; Bing Crosby; Cole Porter; Music; Musical